Jane N’ The Jungle are certainly making a name for themselves with their unique blend of 90s style alt and modern rock. The Phoenix Arizona trio, who formed back in 2013, have already graced the pages of Essentially Pop several times in 2017 alone, most notably with their singles, ‘Killed Someone’, and ‘Faded Stars’. Now they’ve released their final instalment for the year, ‘One Time’; a pared down ballad which gives the listener a deeply personal look at the band.
Jane N’ The Jungle are a musical tsunami of tenacity, an intriguing mixture of diverse musical aesthetics, creativing a veritable mosaic of indie ear candy. With singer Jordan White’s background in musical theatre to guitarist Brian Dellis’ years as a punk rocker, the Arizona up and comers are building a great reputation on their fearsome live sets, while at the same time releasing superbly constructed songs.
Although bandmates Jordan White and Brian Dellis grew up together, the pair have diversely different musical backgrounds. White performed in choirs before gaining her degree in Musical Theatre, and learning to write and perform original songs at coffeehouses in Hollywood. Conversely, Dellis’s guitar riffs come from his membership of local punk rock bands.